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Hollywood in the Valley
Hollywood in the Valley
Director: Christine Thibeault
Producer: Matt Demers
Ottawa's very own pop culture expert, Matt “Mr. Hollywood” Demers, is your guide to the hottest entertainment events, places, and people in the Capital and across the country.
Episode 1: Laugh It Up
Mr. Hollywood goes to the Just for Laughs festival and Improv Embassy in Ottawa to explore the entire gut-busting comedy spectrum – from world famous stand-up comedians to regular folks sharing their funniest jokes.
Episode 1: The Sound of Fandamonium
What does it take to leave a lasting legacy and be a “fan favourite”? Mr. Hollywood finds out by visiting the Ottawa Pop Expo and the opening night of “Hollywood: The Epics”, a musical tribute to some of the most memorable movie themes of all time.
Episode 2: The Sporty Life
In this episode , Mr. Hollywood steps out of his comfort zone and explores a different kind of celebrities: sports stars. Mr. Hollywood is on a quest to find out where these sporty specimens fall in the celebrity spectrum and what exactly makes sports fans so fanatical about their athletic heroes.
Episode 3: I’m so fancy – living the red carpet lifestyle
This episode is all about living the red carpet life: getting one’s self pampered, styled and put together like a true celebrity. Mr. Hollywood heads out to learn the tips of the trade and embrace the red carpet lifestyle.
Episode 4: Get Your Geek On
Mr. Hollywood finds out what it means to let your inner geek run wild at Ottawa Comiccon, and discovers the city’s nerdy side at a Star Trek exhibit and game developer’s headquarters.
Episode 5: Rock On
With more than a little help from his friends, Mr. Hollywood releases his first hit single, thanks to Eric Eggleston from Johnny Hall Productions. He also chats with Ottawa-based band The PepTides, bands from NXNE, and the Bluesfest crowd to learn more about living like a rock star.
Episode 6: Oh the Horror!
Mr. Hollywood gets freaky at the Toronto Fan Expo and interviews Ottawa-based horror filmmaker Michael Horrigan. Will Saunder’s Farm and the Zombie Walk be scary enough to shake his coif?
Black Men Loving is a heart-warming film that challenges racial assumptions and stereotypes often associated with Black fathers in the media.
Jamie and Deanna are visiting historical landmarks in the Huronia area to learn more about their haunted pasts.
Take a scenic ride on a longboard. What began as a way for Amie to get to class turned into the discovery of the Longboard Girls Crew